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barbie (2653)

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Wednesday October 27, 2004
03:25 AM

CPAN Testing Stats

[ #21537 ]
In preparation for LPW, assuming that my talk is accepted, I thought I ought to update the stats in my slides. I've rewritten the script from what I originally used, and instead of taking hours to run, it now takes minutes. Not quite sure what I've learned to make it faster, but obviously something has benefitted me over the last year.

The results were quite surprising. Now I know I submit a lot of reports but not that many! I haven't even been submitting them for the last month, due to me screwing up my version of Perl when I installed the development version of CPANPLUS-0.50, which currently doesn't support cpan-testing. I've sorted it now and I'm now submitting reports again ... I'm sure some CPAN authors are loving that ;)

I can now wait to update the stats just before I have to send them off to the organisers, though I'll update them again just before the event too. Of course, this is assuming they want me to speak :)

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